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|06-08-2009 02:06 PM||
New Stanley "Premium" Planes - 1 reply
I want to ask anyone who purchases these new planes to tell the rest of us know what they think. Personally, I’m waiting till the shoulder plane comes out; but input on any of the models would be appreciated Thanks, GlennLNew Jersey
|02-05-2009 06:22 PM||
(Local) Woodworking Club news - 3 replies
Forgive me if this has already been addressed. I think an area on the LumberJock site for local woodworking clubs would be a big help. For example, there may be clubs in your area that you’re not even aware of. Some of the features that Iwould like to see are: 1. Calendar of Events2. Specific topic seminars3. How do i join?4. Galleries...
|07-24-2008 02:20 PM||
Well, about a week ago or so I explained that we have to move to MUCH smaller quarters (from a house to a townhouse without a basement or a garage). See ”Middle aged and miserable in NJ” I’ll probably be forced to rent a (controlled environment) storage area in one of those storage facilities for about a year or so. Part o...
|07-16-2008 02:41 PM||
Middle Age and UNDERemployed... - 5 replies
To make a long story short – we have to downsize. We’re going from a house (basement shop) to a small townhouse due to a less – then wonderful financial situation. The townhouse doesn’t have any basement or garage (I know…but that’s all we can afford right now) – we’re renting for year… ...
|07-09-2008 07:58 PM||
BUBINGA plus... - 2 replies
i’ve got a couple a small piece of 1/2” thick bubinga, and was interested in opinions of another wood to mix it with, and a finish that you would use. The project in mind is a small box for my wife (about 4” w x 6”L). I’m thinking of using the bubinga as an accent wood (however, more then just splines for example...
|07-08-2008 02:16 PM||
Power Carving Dust Collector Plan - 5 replies
I know there are plenty of commercially availbale benchtop collectors (2-3 fans, polycarb sides, etc). Does anyone know of plans out there to make one myself – I can’t imagine that it would be that difficult!
|07-07-2008 08:26 PM||
Refinishing my dog's feeding table - 9 replies
I built an elevated table to put my dog’s 2 bowls in. Its made out of red oak, and finsihed with a salad bowl finsih. Nothing on the table is stained. i used walnut plugs, and letters. It’s getting dirty, and looks like its discolored from water, etc. Any suggestions? A. What would you suggest that I clean it with? B. Is pol...